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Last Updated: Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Nate Jones was released in order for the Cowboys to sign Tank Johnson. He has been re-signed. DMN:  Good thing they never cleaned his locker out CB Nate Jones cleared waivers and has been re-signed. I had a hunch this would happen when I noticed that his locker still had his nameplate above it and equipment in it. Share

Last Updated: Wednesday, September 19, 2007

The Cowboys signed up Tank Johnson for pennies on the dollar: The Cowboys will pay Johnson a prorated base salary of $510,000 this year, depending on how many games he plays, and he will earn a $605,000 base salary in 2008 with the chance to earn more money through incentives. (ed. note – the prorated salary is expected to be $225,000 this year) Jerry Jones is killing a whole

Last Updated: Tuesday, September 18, 2007

Todd Archer reports that the Cowboys signed suspended DT Tank Johnson. I’ve got no beef with this move. It’s a low-risk, high-reward deal that provides depth at a position that was the Cowboys’ primary concern. NT Jay Ratliff will need reinforcements after taking a pounding for the first half of the season. If Johnson screws up again, send him packing (bags, not

Last Updated: Sunday, September 2, 2007

Matt Moore fans, kiss the young QB goodbye, the Carolina Panthers claimed him off waivers. The Cowboys miscalculated, and have lost out on a solid backup for the future. Instead the Cowboys went ahead and signed Richard Bartel to the practice squad, wow. The Cowboys claimed two players off waivers, and its just not going to cut it. Here’s the latest (DMN Blog): The Cowboys

Last Updated: Saturday, September 1, 2007

Cowboys Nation has hit its first crossroad before the season even starts. In fact, I would say 50% are unsure if we can win against the Giants with the roster we have right now. The main concern is CB and LB. Some fans cannot believe Glenn is gone? and I ask why? Neither Glenn nor Reeves or any of the other backups have quality skills to be a #2CB in relief. Now we’re in trouble.

Last Updated: Saturday, September 1, 2007

Aaron Glenn and Martin Gramatica are packing their bags. Other players cut today are: LB Junior Glymph,C Matt Tarullo, WR Mike Jefferson, WR Damarius Bilbo, CB Joey Thomas, RB Alonzo Coleman, RB Arliss Beach, CB Quincy Butler, FB Lousaka Polite, TE Rodney Hannah, LB Blair Phillips, G Trey Darilek, NT Remi Ayodele, DE Marcus Smith, QB Matt Moore, QB Richard Bartel, TE Adam Bergen,

Last Updated: Monday, August 27, 2007

I wasn’t surprised by the first round of cuts today; however, I hope Jackie Battle can return via the practice squad, assuming he can recover from the ankle injury. After watching training camp and the first three preseason games, the 53-man roster is becoming clearer. Here’s my latest roster projections: QB (2): Tony Romo, Brad Johnson RB (3): Julius Jones, Marion Barber

Last Updated: Monday, August 27, 2007

Cowboys have announced player cuts, and an injury settlement with Jackie Battle. Cowboys | Stanley released Mon, 27 Aug 2007 13:24:20 -0700 The Dallas Cowboys have announced they have released DL Montavious Stanley. Cowboys | Richardson released Mon, 27 Aug 2007 13:23:53 -0700 The Dallas Cowboys have announced they have released WR Jamel Richardson. Cowboys | Rabb released Mon,

Last Updated: Monday, August 20, 2007

The preseason is half over, and injuries around the league are piling up at an exponential rate. The Cowboys got a few scares in our last game, but nothing too major. Here’s the latest injury reports (DMN): Look for cornerback Quincy Butler and defensive end Jason Hatcher to return to practice this week. Coach Wade Phillips said there is nothing new on Greg Ellis’ return. Tight

Last Updated: Monday, August 13, 2007

The Cowboys have signed Arena League player, Jason Hilliard. Hilliard played for Colombus, and had brief stints in the NFL with the Packers, Giants, and Rams. Hilliard will provide some more depth through the rest of the preseason. Doug Free is expected to be out at least 2-4 weeks. DMN Blog gives us more info on Stanback’s slow progression. Sounds like the team will be very

Last Updated: Tuesday, August 7, 2007

I want to take a peek at an intriguing story that’s developing in the back drop of training camp. At issue, Isaiah Stanback’s roster value versus Jackie Battle’s roster value. When the team plays against the Colts this Thursday night, we’re going to see Battle run over people, make plays, and finish his runs. On the other side of the coin, we will not be

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